*Estimated Read Time: 6 min 45 sec. In today’s world, being prepared early is a common trend. That said, we wanted to give you some time to plan memories with your trusty companions! Here are 9 ways to include your pet in holiday traditions.
*Estimated Read Time: 3 min 15 sec. The Department of Transportation recently announced that airlines will no longer be required to recognize ESAs. However, Service Animals (including Psychiatric Service Dogs), who are trained to perform a specific task associated with their owner’s disability, are still legally protected and eligible for those rights.
*Estimated Read Time: 7 min 46 sec. Don’t let your furry pal’s curiosity deter you from having a bright and festive holiday season complete with all your favorite traditions. We’ve compiled some tips to keep your pet safe and enjoy the holidays!
*Estimated Read Time: 10 min 59 sec. ESAs help their owners manage unseen mental disabilities. They deserve equal housing and travel safeguards as animals who help manage visible physical disabilities. You should know your official rights as an Emotional Support Animal owner.
*Estimated Read Time : 5 min 50 sec. Around this time of year, animal lovers far and wide seek ways to volunteer their time
and treasure. Here are 7 holiday volunteer ideas designed for the animal lover that you are sure to appreciate.
*Estimated Read Time: 7 min 32 sec. The popular adage goes, “you are what you eat.” We, as humans, understand this warning for our bodies. We know that fitting into last season’s bathing suit usually means declining those morning donuts or that tantalizing side of fries.
*Estimated Read Time: 8 min 42 sec. The Howl-i-day season is fast approaching, and gift shopping is in full swing. If you are scratching your head in wonder, trying to figure out what to get the dog owners in your life, scratch no more. We got you! No dog is created equal, and they all have different personalities
*Estimated Read Time: 7min 45 seconds. The decision to get an Emotional Support Animal is a big one! There are a LOT of questions and considerations. One of the most prominent is where you should go to find your new cat or dog. It can be tricky deciding whether to rescue locally or purchase from a breeder.
*Estimated read time 6min 57 seconds. I know you all just clicked this to find out the quick answer to the question, “is crate training good or bad?” I’ll get to that… but first a little bit about us. Through a random series of events, this little dude ended up with us. He is part Mini pincher with some other things mixed in there.